Picture Yourself at Marinello
Our students work hard every day to learn the skills they will need to become a successful Beauty Industry professional. At Marinello, we understand that learning goes beyond classroom instruction. That is why Marinello students participate in local competitions, industry expos and community events.
Browse the galleries below to see how instructors work with students to provide real world experience long before graduation.
On Saturday, December 4, 2010, Marinello School of Beauty students from the Hemet campus earned first place for the float they decorated for the annual Hemet Christmas Parade. The snow-covered Marinello school themed float won top prize amongst over 20 contestants. The team was led by instructors Mr. Ryan and Ms. Tanya.
Veterans Day is a special day for women associated with the military. On November 11, Marinello honored active duty or reservists, spouses and mothers, by offering an “On The G.L.O.W.” spa manicure, nail lacquer and lip gloss at a discounted price at all Marinello campuses. Good Day L.A. covered the promotion at the Burbank location. Marinello’s efforts to honor military women were additionally featured on KTLA.com and San Diego Union Tribune.
On Wednesday, November 10, Marinello Schools of Beauty invited city residents to join the Victorville campus for the Grand Opening ribbon cutting ceremony, a raffle drawing and to watch City of Victorville Council member, Ryan McEachron, receive the ceremonial first haircut. Y102 broadcasted the event live and guests enjoyed services at discounted prices.
On November 10, 2010 our High School outreach program had our West Covina campus visit El Monte High School. Our students pampered over 54 students during their lunch with manicures, hair styling and makeovers.
Marinello awarded a high school senior with a $10,000 scholarship to attend our school. She was the winner of our Marinello Raw Talent High School scholarship contest. Her story was picked up by the local press, the Record Searchlight, and was published so she received a lot of media attention, including a Channel 7 news story feature on TV. The event was held in order to recognize her for her accomplishment. The mayor made an appearance and presented Jessica with a letter of recognition.
"Thanks to everything I learned at Marinello, I was working in a salon one week after graduation."
- Samatha Derren.
Marinello Hemet Campus